Mail Order Wife (2004)
Andrew (Andrew Gurland) is just a documentary filmmaker who would like to make an image about modern-day mail purchase wedding. This young filmmaker unknowingly gets a touch too involved in their topics in this darkly mockumentary that is comic. This strange, often ridiculous mockumentary compares the love that two completely different guys feel when it comes to exact same simple, submissive helpmate.
Andrew believes he’s found the perfect topic for their movie as he satisfies Adrian (Adrian Martinez), a stocky snake lover from Queens, NY, whom earns his living as being a doorman and it has never really had much luck with females.
Adrian would like to pick a bride from the professional wedding broker’s agency called Paradise Girls, a matchmaking service for US males and Asian ladies in which he agrees to invest in the N.Y.C. doorman’s East Asian mail-order bride in return for the ability to movie the ability while making a movie about him.. Andrew is readily available on her behalf arrival along with her beginning as being a bride/handmaid.
Adrian soon weds Lichi (Eugenia Yuan), a appealing burmese girl, but Andrew is significantly less than happy to find out what Adrian wants from their relationship is a lady who can feed mice to their animal python, make chili just just how he likes it, and keep consitently the household spotless while sporadically indulging several of his odder intimate fantasies. Lichi is not happy either, and also at Andrew’s urging she leaves Adrian and moves into Andrew’s apartment until she chooses what direction to go next. Continue reading